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  • Alien Abduction Analysis

    Abduction On November 20, 2015 I was abducted by aliens. Luckily, I was not harmed just very frightened. They were all purple with one eye and one antennae on their head. I was surrounded by them and they told me that I needed to give them all of the information I could on one of many topics. Depending on the information I provided them, they will choose to either let Earth join them or destroy Earth, so I wanted to be sure I provided them with the most knowledge I could. I decided to inform them on isolation because isolation occurring is very common and luckily I had access to many resources when I was abducted. To inform them more about isolation I talked about “A Rose for Emily”, “”Trifles”, and “The Facebook Sonnet” because they…

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  • The Role Of Her Father In William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

    story Emily lived with her father who was known as a greedy and powerful man. His scary nature is seen in a scene from the standpoint of the town her father demand her with his rules and kept her away from living a normal life. She wanted to date boys just like any other girl, but her father didn’t allow her to date because no one is good enough for Emily. Later in the story it is obvious that her father’s selfishness had a strong consequence on his daughter. He wanted to keep her for himself…

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  • The Hidden Motive: A Rose For Emily

    suspense with a need to be the detective in the case of the noble women who murdered her lover. Since Tobe, the servant, ran off as soon as Miss Emily passed, he was the only witness to what took place over many decades (Faulkner 5). Thus, the case may be hard to crack with the complexity created by the narration of only the events the townspeople remember and the jumbled chronological order…

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  • Character Analysis Of Emily Grierson In William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

    everyone knows what is going on with her; she talks about her grandchildren and pays her bills. Emily Grierson was not like that at all. She was, in fact, the complete opposite. She was traditional, stubborn, overly adoring over subjects that could easily be solved a different way. Emily Grierson lives in traditional ways. She felt that as she grew older that she could still live in the what would be the old days. Emily Grierson did not even pay her taxes because the old mayor Colonel Satoris…

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  • Old South Symbolism

    In this story the author Faulkner uses Emily and her house as a symbol of the old South. In this story Emily’s house and how the people in town treat her is resembling the past and the South. Her house used to be on the best street in the town and the house itself used to be decorated extravagantly. Now it is an industrial area with gas stations and buildings are all around it and the house is out of place just like the South's old values are out of place in this changing society. The house …

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  • Comparing Tragedy In The Monkey's Paw And A Rose For Emily

    Mr. White takes responsibility for his actions as he “frantically breathed his third and last wish” (Jacobs 6). The final wish Mr. White made was to put his undead son out of his misery effectively letting him go, rather than clinging onto something undead. Miss Emily slept with Homer Barron after he died as evidenced by the pillowcase having “a long strand of iron-grey hair” (Faulkner 5). She held onto his corpse as a means of having him forever, but she did eventually let go of him through her…

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  • The Role Of Depression In William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

    For one, she lived alone with Toby her manservant and combination of a chef and gardener. Emily herself goes through very traumatic and life changing events. For one she grew up in a house where she had no freedom and was abused by her father. A man who had a tight control on her and her life. A man who never lets Emily leave the house on her own. He might have been experiencing fear of sharing her with the rest of the world, but ultimately this lead to her isolation. She also couldn’t be left…

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  • Critical Analysis Of William Faulkner's A Rose For Emily

    “A Rose for Emily,” many components that may be initially dismissed in a passage, through intelligent writing, gather a deeper meaning. Homer, for example, appears to be just another tragedy to strike the pathetic life of Emily Grierson. However, many features linked to Homer leave the reader asking questions of the purpose and meaning behind his character. Each interaction with his character seems purely plot driven initially, but as the story unravels, they adopt a deeper meaning, forcing the…

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  • Narrative Essay Soccer

    said that I could play another season of soccer with my friends from Socastee and Waccamaw without the normal High School rivalry between these schools. Year after year, the schools pulled pranks on each other, sometimes nothing big, but sometimes something big. I remember my freshman year, when a few guys I knew went over to Socastee and painted their skylight in their commons. When the sun shined into the skylight, it reflected a big WHS onto the floor, talk about a cool prank, but hey they…

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  • Prologue To Mary Shelley's 'Monster'

    She’d turn the key in the lock and open the door. To her horror, she’d see that same old monster. It was a different kind of monster although. She couldn 't see it even though she definitely tried to. She felt it move and creep around her. Looking at her every move and waiting for the right time to attack. She ran around the house trying to find something to hide under. But she never knew whether the monster was in that room or not. “Will you get up already?” Emily’s sister Molly…

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